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Schott

Schott

Schott AG offers a broad range of standard fiber optic and LED lighting products with an extensive range of light guides and accessories. Read about Schott AG light sources from their website.

Lumen Dynamics Light sources
Lumen Dynamics Light sources

X-Cite® offers a wide range of lamp and LED light sources and fluorescence illumination systems ideal for a variety of microscopy applications. From our standard X-Cite® 120Q model used for routine assays, to our most advanced high-end X-Cite® XLED1,X-Cite® has the right fluorescence illumination system for your application. More information at Excelitas website.

Märzhäuser GmbH, LED100

Märzhäuser LED-lighting LED 100 enables excellent image results at an excellent value for money. Combined with high-performance controller TANGO or the external dimmer-shutter unit DSU-1, it can easily be integrated into existing systems for a broad range of applications.
Read more at Märzhäuser GmbH website.

Photonic Optics

Photonic offers both fibre-optic lighting systems that consist of a light source and a fibre-optic cable, and LED illumination products for direct object lighting. Visit Photonic Optics website for more information.

Cheos Oy, CoolLED technology

CoolLED designs and manufactures cutting edge LED illumination systems for researchers and clinicians using the latest LED technology. The company has specialised in fluorescence microscopy since it introduced the first commercially available LED illumination system in 2006. CoolLED offers a comprehensive range of LED illumination systems for bioscience and clinical microscopy.
Visit CoolLED website for more information.

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Microscopy

Microscopy is being used to visualize objects that cannot be seen with the unaided eye. There are three well-known branches of microscopy: optical microscopy, electron microscopy, and scanning probe microscopy (atomic force microscopy (AFM) and scanning tunneling microscopy (STM). All three groups consist of a number of application specific subgroups widely used in both materials research and life science.